Texas Government Code §2206.155 requires the Comptroller’s office to publish a list of entities that have failed to comply with the reporting requirements of Government Code Chapter 2206, Subchapter D. The Comptroller does not make determinations regarding the accuracy or veracity of reports received under this chapter. Rather, it is incumbent upon the reporting entity to determine whether it possesses eminent domain authority such that it is required to submit a report in accordance with §2206.154, and to identify in that report which provisions in law grant the entity that authority.
The Comptroller may determine that an entity is not in compliance with the requirements of Subchapter D if the entity has previously submitted a report of eminent domain authority as required under Government Code §2206.101 or 2206.154, but subsequently fails to file the report in later years and fails to inform the Comptroller of changes to the entity’s eminent domain authority (in accordance with §2206.154(c)) that would relieve the entity from future reporting obligations. Should an entity that has previously submitted a report of eminent domain authority later inform the Comptroller that a change has occurred such that the entity no longer possesses eminent domain authority or is required to submit a report in accordance with §2206.154, that entity will not be placed on the noncompliant entities list (or will be removed from the list, as the case may be).
|Entity Name||Last Known Report|
|Cowtown Pipeline, LP||View Prior Reports|